Life happens—and the equity in your home can help you afford the unexpected. You can leverage your home's equity with a fixed-rate loan or line of credit. Our current home equity offerings are valid in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
No need to worry about rising interest rates - you can choose to lock in your interest rate and switch from a variable rate to a fixed-rate on all or part of what you borrow. There are no closing costs or application fees (except for trust review costs for properties deeded in a trust).
Your fixed rate is based on your credit history and report. And with Members 1st Loyalty Rewards, you could qualify for a discounted rate. You can borrow up to 100% of your home equity, with terms up to 20 years.
"Home equity" may sound complicated, but it's actually simple. Home equity is the value of your home minus what you still owe on your mortgage. So, if you have paid $100,000 of your mortgage and your home is worth $200,000, you have $100,000 in equity. The real question is - what will you do with your home's equity?
Take Advantage of Your Home’s Value
Using home equity to make home improvements can come with significant tax advantages. Since home equity loans and lines of credit offer lower interest rates than many student loans and credit cards, they can be a smart way to fund a college education, finance a wedding or consolidate high-interest debt.
Member Value Protection
When you apply for your Home Equity Fixed Rate loan, you can choose to add Member Value Protection (MVP). This coverage will cancel your monthly payments in case of death, disability, or involuntary unemployment—without penalty, added interest, or dings to your credit report.
Not Sure? Let’s Talk.
Borrowing against the equity in your home is a big decision. We encourage you to contact one of our experts to discuss your options and create a plan that works for you.
As we enter 2021, many people are making financial resolutions that focus on milestones like buying a car, going on a vacation, getting married or even doing home repairs. The best tool in your resolution toolbox is knowledge.
We all keep lists, either written down or in our heads, of our goals and dreams for the future. It could be anything from a wedding, college, home improvements, a special vacation or perhaps you just need funding for an unexpected expense.
A home equity loan is a fixed-rate loan that lets you borrow a lump sum of money at a specific annual percentage rate for a specific amount of time. Your payments remain consistent throughout the length of your loan. With a home equity line of credit, you have a variable rate loan which means your interest rate can change over time and your payments may fluctuate.
While there are many online home value estimators, you may want to have your property appraised.
Yes! When you set up your loan payments through payroll deduction, direct deposit, or automatic transfer, you will receive a 0.20% rate reduction for your home equity fixed rate loan. This discount does not apply to the Home Equity Freedom Line of Credit.
We can help you make an informed decision as to which loan product is best for your individual situation and financial goals. Talk to one of our experts today.
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